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Albertson's plans to build fuel center in Boise (access required)

Albertson’s plans to build an Albertson’s Express Fuel Center in front of its 5 Mile Plaza store on the northeast corner of Overland and Five Mile roads in Boise this fall.Two buildings – – a former auto parts store of ...

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Boise co. teaches pre-school kids to use computers (access required)

Computers for 2-year-olds? Owners of Computers 4 Tots, Boise, think it’s a good idea, and they’ve built their business educating 2- to 12-year-olds in the Treasure Valley, primarily in day care centers.Donald Anderson, CEO and co-owner, said young children can ...

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Idaho continues to create jobs (access required)

Idaho’s non-farm workforce, which topped half a million just four years ago, is expected to reach 600,000 by 2004 – an increase of one-fifth over seven years, based on projections from the state Division of Financial Management. While 2004, is ...

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Boise-area credit counselors experiencing increase in debt-ridden clients (access required)

Combine recent layoffs with heightened concerns about personal and family financial health in a flat economy and you get more activity at Boise-area credit counseling offices, sources report. “Within the past month we have seen a pretty sharp increase in ...

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PixTech to close its Boise plant (access required)

PixTech Inc., a flat-panel display company, will shut down its plant in southeast Boise that employs nearly 70 people, the firm has announced. The company said it will end Boise operations by the end of September and reduce its corporate ...

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Evergreen Plaza buildings to get facelift (access required)

Evergreen Plaza owners recently started renovating the outside of three buildings in the 112,000-square-foot shopping center at the southwest corner of Ustick and Cole roads in west Boise.Dating from 1974 and upgraded minimally since, Evergreen “is due to be updated ...

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Alzheimer’s facility planned in Garden City (access required)

A Portland company plans to build a 36-bed residential care facility in Garden City for people with Alzheimer’s Disease. Alan Kinsel, chairman of the privately owned Emerson Senior Living, Portland, said market conditions are favorable for the planned Emerson House ...

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Campbell, Calif.-based Zilog Inc. announces worsening net loss and flat sales (access required)

Zilog Inc., which operates manufacturing facilities in Nampa, has announced its net loss worsened to $27.1 million during the second quarter while sales remained flat. The Campbell, Calif.-based semiconductor manufacturer posted revenues of $44.3 million, slightly up from $44 million ...

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